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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Maadurama. [rSOM ODD COBBESPOKCENT.l Mr. Gregory, eajinear, and under whose supervision the whole of the works at the Gallymont mine were carried out;1'' left hers on Wednesday. Great regret is felt that ho had to sever his - connection with ' the mine. There is every, prospect of the races, which are to be held here ou Bjxiug Day, being a great success; Sickness is still ' very prevalent amongst us, and Dr. Htwtiiorne is kept so busy that ne nas no tnue to sleep except whilst on horseback. -j Mr. Opit, who was mtnager of H-lmau's Lucky Hill claim at Burnt Yards, has re moved to-Tueaa, and he is noiv shifting the machinery from Holman's claim to that place. He has also taken with him the ven whom he had in his employ. The men returned here on Thursday ' to spend their Christaas holidays. They speak very highly of the prospects at Tueaa. All the business people here are kept very busy. Their display of Christmas goods is very extensive, and of a first-class quality. December 23.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Would You Not Believe TBE STATEMENT OF SOMEONE IN BLAY. «NEY SOONER THAN THAT OF SOMEONE IN SYDNEY. Supposing you had a 'bad back', that is one that was weak, lame, or ' caused you hours of sulftring from its aches and pains. Sometimes you had a headache, and you would feet woni--uJt, listless aud played out generally. In su.:h condition what 'would you in Jit desire f Relief and euro. So would wo all, an I so you can . if you will listen to th-9 advice of your neighbours. You may have tried many things without success ; perhaps you read of someone in Sydney who was cured of a similar affection and tried his remedy; the failure may have made you sceptical. -What you want , in -way of proof is the st i'euicnt of a citizen, of your own town, somaoile you can inquire of Iiot he found relief. Now, that's just the kind of proof we arc going to give you here. Mr. J. It. Marsh, Coachbuilder,' of Adelaide St , this town, has lived here for 27 years, and is well known throughout the district...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Annual Stock Returns. IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Annual Stock Returns. IMPORTANT- DECISION'. A deputation from -the Stockowners' Association of N.SAV. ' waited upon the Minister for Mines aud Agriculture' last week and pointed out that, in view of - the condition of the country, the date for sen ding -the annual returns under the'Diseases in Shoep Act and Stock and Pastures Pro tection Act- should- -be extended far three months.; Ths Undor Secretary ha? sent the following reply : — - ' I atii directed to inform you that Mr. Coolt has givon tha requost every considera tion, ;buit regrets that, -in view of the cxpreiss terms of the Act, which provide .that these' returns shall be furnished -Oil or bafore the 1st January in each -year,- he is unable to sanction compliance with the request. He desires ilie, ho w.ever, ? to state that if any stockowner can show that a number of liis sheep has succumbad to the drought in the intervduing period between ' December and tha date for payment of the contribution, and will furnish a statutory ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21. (Before Mr. D. H. McDonald, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

j Blajney Police Caar£. Wednesday, December 21. (Before Mr. D. H. McUonal i. J.P.) Inspector of Nuisauces v. Sirs. J. 11. Davies ; allo'iviug one calf to stray iu tbe j street. Mr. John L). ivies, who appeared oil his mother's behalf, pleaied guilty, bin complained about tho partiality of the in spector in not treating all persons alike. He stated that ou 2 lob November siuie horses belonging to Mr. G. Wliittaker had been impounded off Adelaide street and yet he had, not been summoned, if tbe inspec tor treated all alike be felt sure no one would complain. The Bench pointed out to Mr. Davies the proper course would be to make a complaint to tbe council if such partiality' existed, but as he bad pleaded guilty tha fino must ke inflicted. Fined 5/ aud 4/10 costs. P. Luck,. G. Boxhall, an 1 A. Shakespear were each fined 5/ aul 4/10 costs for a similar offence.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayuey Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Blayney Maaiclpal Coaatsll. . The. regular fortnightly msetjng of the above council was ; held on Wednesday evening. Present —the Aiayor^ ..;Aldcruie!i Cl irk, Glasson, H ;wis!i, Marsh, and Pilft. Tho minutes of the previous maeting were raid 'and 'confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was read : — From Mr. VolUnim, secretary ;to -the Russell Benefit Concert, asking, fqr ^ re bite of 15/ on rent paid for the llall for tuo concert-. Received, and decided not to grant any rc- j bate. — From the Treasury, stating that the sum of £20/8/4 had been placed to 'th? credit of the council in the Bank for iqinor roads. Received. — From Dr. Griffiths, stating that he had been informed that the uigiit cart had been washed in the creek, and asking the council to not to allow it to be done in future. Received, 'and the Mayor stated that as soon as he ' received letter from Dr. Griffiths lie sent for tha nightsoil contractor to ascertain if such report was true.- The contractor sa...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brown's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Browa's Creek. [?] Oa Sunday mor.iiu;,' last at n'.ioiit tw- o'clock tha inha'iitaats of Bi'O.yii's Cr^uk v/ii-j aroused from llipir pe icaful slum liars by t!i3 cry of ?' Fire J Fire I Ifirpl' It wis at once seen that tie S3£n3 of con lligratioo was on the premises of Messrs. Brjiloy aui C'jllias' properties, bat fortnniiely ii was c;n lined to ihe (.tables of both parlies. Mr. Brailey was tlie first to giv^ ths alarm. He wa3 fii-3t at tracted by a heavy rear as if it were a gtle of wind; and on loo', i'mg toward his bej-oo:n wiado-v siw a bri^htuess like dny. Word was conveyei to the adjoining property lio'ders, aid in a few minutes j rilling luaas wjre at work. It was seen tint owin^ to the con»p!eto hold the lira had on Mr. Brniley's stable and shed nothing ciuld Is l do^e bat to bsttlc with Mr. Collins' stable, which had caught fire. A constant supply of waler with backets kept the firo at hqy ; and after about an hour aud a hall's exer tion the flimes were conFne.I to the de.u...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

A', and P. Association. A meeting of the committee of the Blay ney A. and P. Association was held in the Council Chambors ' on Thursday evening, Mr. J. Russart being in the chair. A letter was read from the chairman of the Sydney Commerce Association, asking that samples of wheat grown in the district might bo sent to the Corn Trade section' of the committee. A letter was also read from the committee ot tne uroater Jirium iLxniUition, inviting the co-operation of the A. aud P. Sociaty, so that the products of (ho various districts' might bo exhibited at the Exhibition to ba held in London in 1899. The sub-committee's report, referring to revision, ike , of the prize list for next slio.v, was read and iidopted. Tenders were opened for printing schedules cards, Ac., in connection with the forth coming show, which were as follows : — National Advocate (Bathursi), £9/17/6 : Bathurst Free Prass, £7/10 ; Bathurct Time*, £7/10; Orange Leader, £5/18 (accepted).

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Trip to the Belabula Caves. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 December 1898

Trip to the Belabula Caves.   A correspondent writes: — "These caves are situated about 26 miles from Orange on the Belabula River. On arriving at the river we started to explore the famous caves. These caves are, in my opinion, only second to the far-famed Jenolan Caves, and   are at present open to the public, and no supervision is exercised by the Government. As a matter of consequence a number of the stalactites are broken and destroyed. We scaled the hill on which the entrance to the caves is to be found, and started to descend. The entrance reminds the explorer of Rider Haggard's description of the mummy shaft in Cleopatra. As a matter of fact, the des- cent is by a rough passage, hollowed out by Nature in the solid limestone rock. Down this the explorer has to travel, sometimes walking and sometimes sliding, until at last he emerges into the entrance cave. Imme- diately in front of him rises a gigantic stal- agmite to the height of about 15ft, and be...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Co.vsoitissj or Wax Vssia4 must le car#- : ful to see that they get liiyaut and May * . ouly, which are the very best iu quality ,nb-i ' 20 percent, more in quautity thau tlnj oreign made wax vestas. Bryant and May'« { Piaid Wax vestas are made only in London, aud have been awarded 19 Pbizk Medals fi r excellence of quality. Every hex ofBryalit ai-d May's Wax Vestas bears their name, cn a white ribbon, in&ide the well known red, black '..and blue star, trade mark. - i. Ask for Bryant uud May's Wufc Vestas, anil do uot be deceived by ihe iuferior article.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Braudiog Human Beings, Or.ce more we rise to the occasion. When is slavery going to end ? In the name of Right we ask, when is this cruel, corrupt, contemptible tyranny of slavery going to end ? Only to-day we saw a man with his face bound up, a Slave to Neuralgia Moreover, we are going to brand your memories with a red-hot testimonial, and make you slaves to the truth, and by the use of your wits you may henceforth escape being slares to any other master. Mr. Thos. W. Kitcher, Glen Morrison, Walcha, N.S.W., speaks words which arc weighed with right, and rendered convincing by ex perience. 'Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are without doubt the medicinc for the people. Two and a half years ago I had a severe attack of whooping-cough, and then an/attack of influenza, which nearly wound me'up at the age of fifty odd. All highly reputed medicines were tried, but I never' shook it off until I tried Dr. Morse's,- Indian Root Pills. I have recommended ' a trial to many friends, und they ail s...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How to Keep Cool. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

flow to Keep Cool, The summer season . in Australia h as- started rather early and vigorously tlii§ y.ear, and the present |ipt wither, cojping suddenly 'jjt- fiof'j lias an exceedingly eneryatinc effect on the most of us, It is q.3 'well to remember that at this; Beason' of aU others the . . human system needs to ' be toned up and put in thorough condition to withstand the trying «everity of 'an Arurf tlalian summer. Bile Beans for Biliousness are the very best medicine that can be takjBR for -this purpose, as they cleause and regulate, the liver, aii -qrgiiu to which ii)ay bo traced nearly all the ujinor ailments so many people suffer from. If the liver is not in thorough working order, the blood is impure the circulation sluggish, the digestion im paired, the s}eep disturbed, and the com ple^iou siillow. The consequence is that there isa lack of energy, and the sufferer becomes a victim of '-that tired feeling.'1 To be out of sorts this hot weather is most trying as many people k...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

1 ' ? '? i ' — AI t-. — ? ? . . ? . t I PUBLISHED EVERY ? SAT U BO AY MORNING And Circulates extensively though fcho fol-; I io viiu? Towns — 1 Blayuiy Canowindra Millthorpo Newbridge Spring Hill Luckuow Sydney Condobolin Moloug , Oarcoar Cowra .i Orange; Ooulburu Lithgow 'Jueua ' Newcastle Forbes Forest^Reefa Bathurst Greafell Maadurama Brown's Greek Mount Macq^uaria STouug Wollongong Parkes Dmbo Files of th'e Blayney Aevocath can always bo seon at the principal Schools of ArtB aud Mechanics Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Colouiea, aad at the Offices of the various Agents. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB P S 1 N T I * 8, IN ETOB1' VAlilETY ASD STYLE. Business Aiiiiouiicenients, Haud-bills, POSTiffe- BILLS, Bill-heads on Plain or Haled Paper , LASIES AND QZ 1LEMENS' VISITING CARDS BALL, CONCERT AMD OT HER PROGRAMMES — Messrs Gordon & Gotch, ciyduej, Melbourne, and London ; Messrs Clarke, Bon aud Piatt, 85, Graceshurch-street, London; Messrs C\ Mitche 1 and Co., 12...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Ready Retort. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

A Ready Retort. In my capacity as a reporter on of the smartest aud most apt retorts I have ever heard at a public yieeting was made by Mr. Henry George, ? the well-known political economist. Mr. George was lecturing at Cambridge, and the audience was a distinctly hostile one. ' But discussion was invited, and at the extreme back of the hall a Japanese student got up and made a bri«f speech which was quite inaudible to those on the platform. Mr. George, at the conclusion of the Jap's remarks, rose aud said — ' Would the gentleman who Las just spoken step up here on the platform ; iu the position iu which he stands I cannot hear him.' ' I heard him plainly enough,' shouted a rough fellow amcngat the audience. '? I daresay/' quietly replied Mr. George. '.Your ears are t'uuch longer than mine.' The labourers ^iio built the Pyramids did not work under such disadvantages as have long been attributed to them, ltecent re search shows that they had solid and tubular (frills and lathe tools....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

? ? ? r— ? ? ''I Gsoi^sb BiliB, SOLICITOR, —AND — Commissioner f »r Affidavits, SSeAtf-lfEy. ? MONEY TO LEND oa approved Securities.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Lucerne as a Cow Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Lucerne as a Cow Fodder. In some of our dairy districts, and par ticularly the Hunter ltirer, lucerne is grown extensively, and one of the questions con stantly agitating the minds of dairymen is its effect on milk. S juio day, perhaps, the Agricultural De pirtment will fulfil its true mission and provide us with information on such subjects In the meantime wc have to look outside for it. Here is an article taken from the ' Western Creamery, a journal published in San Francisco. Milk produced by alfalfa (lucerne) hay is of the b_'st quality, being well up in solids and butter' fats. Green lucerne, cither pastured or fed in ail uucured state, while making a good milk, gives it an Objection able flavour which most people dislike. Lucerne which is dry enough to go into the barn, imparts such a flavour, and we have found that the only safe way. -to feed it without trouble is to put it in {lie barn and let it pass through the s-veat, when it cau be fed freely. In 'tiie winter, when the g...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Commercial. IVhiat — Mr. H. B. Gai ter, wheat brok«;, .Syd. Jri#*7 an-i l'f p:-rt* us follow*, untl-j1 date ?jZH U Drm-mli'-i ; — JVii«a.t lift* not nujieiiu iy trliaugol, steady at 2,0 t» 2/iO ex Oar ling Harbour fur new £''»uji, ami a jfbj.lu u ure Ijr jnime old ; nn'\''2[Q to 2/9 as p«i' sample far lower -juiljjtif-. Considering that «? are in tlio lniilst of Vlolidaya, fatreetiTi'y e*i*t--, autjl I am plotting u.in ?iJeralile liu«* te-dty at life -.v e rattle of liat tMiyvtvi are fur lo*»rjat£s, i# Mel bourne iicdty hiistuess l»u lie#M dun* io-.dajr ky my office there at '4/7 i put fte« «p} b'sard (hip in Janu ?jsiy, or 2^-1 u nf .-r siyjiiay prices. Freights to EmiOpa ur« Uttr.IajiiiJ . tiii 31/ i» Usiag aakeii jwhl-ti u j ii'fvilu j* K-aiu«t tile vainn uf waair. -fo ;tll AKtrvia ill tOAMf »t 11. J SiiS tllit Ri-»ii u'i.l have *Ji),3JJ,030 qi irlera for expirt, a. it! tUe Ar^aiUuj i.S J t-»a — 'otll u{ til. -m . ji iprace lime. I Ij i iuLiiiji, eqaal to 229,031,039 linshe'.s.or...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Nat Even If .it Co,st Twenty . ' SljUllags. ' . ' A notable percent ige— about one-thiri, I think —of the 10 ver of a sLca:n-enj-inc is used up in orer comiiij the friotioa of it- own p irts. , Hense 4a yentors are const.iatly U'stihjj ''devices' tb: raJuce. fric'vio.T. Tgt t.iay'o m never ovi-reDme it ; aui tha ' resistance ere it :.l by it reprjieats po.ver (and bence exp^.e &1S3) ao» »iuieiy ion. ' 'tjbw. the huma-j boJy is a machine propelled by luat. cxaotly as an engine ia ; an.l anything that retnrls it may be cousidereJ as fri^tiou. Very good then. Tju have noticed great differences ia your own Tign. Soaii d iys you work cas ly, end on others I with di3j;!i:ty. Tuis is so whether you are chiefly ly' Umdla work :r or a brain- worker ; or a - mixture I of both —is rnojt pjop'u are. ' Ocaasion.illy you are ab'e t) do more work in a day than at other times you c i.i do in three. It is tiie od Is between walking o i sai 'otlii h ti-d, level 'graun'l anl dragging vonr i'jl...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

'©-S8l3lCa ^©T3S!S§. ;? ClftTRca or Es(jLASD.-^Tp-u?Prrow services will lie held as fallows Blayney, 11 aii.l 7.30 ; Kiuft't IKlaiij*. - Her. W. K . H Qvvel L Kobby'i 'Yard*, 11 j Moorild*, 3; Newbridge, 7 30 — Rev. J. Onyons. Pji^BtTESIAX — To-mnrrow services will ba ran due) ted *3 follows : — lilayney, 11 and 7.30 ; .Brown'* Creek, 3— Rev. J. Adam. Tte&LKYAX. — To-:norroT ser -ices will bd he!, 1 a follows; — BUynoy, 11 ; Neville, 3 ; Maniluratna 7 30— Ue». A.. S. Swift. lilayuny, 7.3J— Mr G Qaath. Ncrtnn, ,- — Mr F. K CUtU. G.Ulymjat, J 33 — Misaiua Bititl. Catholic Ciiuech (Parish of C u-ciar). ' first Snnday — Cciruaar, 3.33 a.m. Blaynry, XI a.ui. an l 7-38 p.m. Sou'nid das -lay — VSUyiiev, 8.3) a m. Carcoar 11'a.iii. hu 17.30 p.m. ? Tliir.l dun lay — Carooir, 3.3) a.m. and 7.30 . p.m. Blayusy, 11 a.rn Fourth Suudiy— Vittoria, II a.m. Blayuey, 7.30 p.m. ' fifth Sunday (when ooJurriag) — Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7.39 p.m. Tho Presbytery, Gircoar, 24th Juue, 1897. a—waw...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Russ[?]n Highways Woman. THE CAREER OF A LADY TURPIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

A BnssLin Hlgaw^r . J ~ Woinaa. THE CAREER OF A LADY TURPIN. Froui St. P«ter«Vu^ coiq s ^.u iiitcresiiij^ ^cciiuut --i Bafhara DA^eii;i, the fainous i Russian highway wommi£ liarbara, lrft her I pouici some tan ye.tis ag-J, aud Wc.ime a lea ler of the moit uolite. irentle. aud success fml build 'f robber* on the C|f ir's l^i^hway ^is (ia^hitig l-».dy, who is now 3^, nt;d pps feiiae'i a very sy)npj.thcljc face and figure; -Jeipite iier |(ag if Vij! -dowtis as Well as (api in Jfcr cui-juUi p:iv-erf, some uf which -jroulJ keep a coutnirfpurarv ijovelist euiployed jiir a inelvemqiip). Four or five tiuies, for ftisUnpe, tho f idy was surprised -)r betrayeJ jin.l arreste^.- - Bi|t lior lijck never left her. Qacu her prisvq door— it was a i^anor house — was opened at pight, if not by an angel of fhe Lord, at least by a friend of the lady, whereupon sl}e ro.se pp and waited away, liefor - her accusers could hi ing Ijer to trial. Anithqr time l)ep gaoler set her free, and wenf/ with her to t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Proves Clernents Tonic' t\ Genuine Remedy. The Case cf Johp J. Filrpatrlct', Esq., J.P. {profit the i' II 'inth.i: li .) (J»zefte.n) (BY OCR Sl'IJCML lil-TOHTM!.) Mr. Fiizpatihk h one of t1»c oldest and bvpt-ku-«uii infill i»t ?» *if VViinl.-vr. Formerly fnspccior pf Pblioc, lie 1 us li ng bimrc p Mi'iip Unit position, and now |.os in reli itmeiil ai \Viu«ls«»r. A r. [Mii'tu* from ll;c * (*uz tir- ? fiiec i oLuc I in tlic -lrau*in.-io :a ic. lim* id ;U and iilum lifted i*.d irofs -.a rlti.ily sh-/t\i-i:r liic vesjocti.! l*y Lolii l!tj h: 11 uipkr irini ni»dl-y l«n-al ic jaunty. Ovti* reporter ^u« m o -t.-l Mi-. FiizpitnV.c n? out hi* ill c « .-mJ -.i:r«'-, ni.d w:i» a ly icw ived. 4 1 6tiiFcivil,,,i« iric«l Mr. Pi kh, ' from msmy lliomdi 1 l»tiJicw t o?c sull«r in^tj wire hut jsii .\\ ni[i. mns cf one &..J t.jc ouiiiC disorder.' *4 An \ --ha\ watt tlisit 1'* «? l.ivo- co up'aiut, and romplicilcd l»y ncur.d i.i. 1.; t TrcubEcd Klc a Gccd Deal. Koural^-iii is l*it lltc.-v:y -f...

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